One of the best parts of any Stampin’ Up! event is to swap cards with other talented Demonstrators. I have hundreds of swaps to go through and share. My goal is to share each and every one of them – which now that I say that – it sounds like a very big undertaking.
Today I’d like to highlight a few cards made from the Beautiful You stamp set. Good news that set will continued to be featured in the 2017-2018 annual catalog which you can shop from beginning June 1, 2017.
I’ve been away the past week spending time with family and attending OnStage Local. It was such an amazing experience to spend time with my Tribe. Three of them travel from Washington to join me in Shreveport! It was so amazing to have them along with two Texas team members for an amazing girls weekend.
Over the next few days, I’ll share photos of samples from the brand new 2017-2018 Annual Catalog that begins on June 1st.
I was asked to present a new product suite – I can’t show you my pictures yet – but let’s just say how humbling it was to share the stage with some AMAZING presenters! When I grow up I want to be just like them!
Here’s a few pictures of the last few days – promise more to come with the gag order is lifted 🙂
I also got to do some shopping at my favorite store Tyler Consignment Warehouse. My poor Prince gave me explicit instructions to stay out of the store – but there was just NO way I could do that! I did pick him up some goodies while I was there 🙂 I got to eat at some of my favorite places too. Let’s me honest sometimes trips are more about the food.
One of the best parts about OnStage – or any Stampin’ Up! event for that matter is the swaps! This year, I choose to do something a little different. I decided to join in on several organized full card swaps. This means that I will make a select number of cards in one style and trade them with a group. An example is there are 10 gals in one of my groups, so I will get 9 full cards to share with you! I am participating in three groups and two shoebox swaps (I’ll share more on those later).
Here’s a little card I made with the One Wild Ride set. Did you know that as a Demonstrator who reaches One Million in career sales gets to design a stamp set? That is the case of One Wild Ride which was designed by Dawn Griffin.